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Their total area will be 1.78 million square meters.

In the north of Moscow, 20 houses are being built under the renovation program. A total of 514 houses with a total area of ​​1.78 million square meters are planned to be built in the CAO, the head said. Moscow Construction Department Rafik Zagrutdinov.

“For residents of the districts, renovations will create a high-quality and socially oriented urban environment. Public spaces will be landscaped, recreation areas, playgrounds and sports grounds will be equipped in the courtyards. They will also update engineering communications and road transport infrastructure, ”he said.

According to the renovation program, 10 houses have already been commissioned in the district.

More about apartments and houses under the renovation program

The renovation program was approved in August 2017, it included 5174 houses. About a million Muscovites will become owners of new apartments with improved finishes. Participants in the program will receive housing in their area (in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas and in their district), so they will not need, for example, to change the clinic or transfer their children to other schools or kindergartens.

Muscovites will be provided with apartments of a larger area with improved finishing. They have, in particular, entrance doors with increased sound insulation, and energy-efficient double-glazed windows with mosquito nets on the windows. All materials used comply with the uniform standard of the renovation program.

Renovation program: how the quality of house construction is controlled

Employees of the resettlement centers help program participants when moving, advise them on all emerging issues, and submit documents for registration of ownership of a new apartment. The city also provides loader and transport services free of charge.

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